Just over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is a shopping and dining destination with something for everyone.
We are talking about Trinity Groves, and it's a favorite among locals and visitors alike.
Erin Cluley is a contemporary gallery that represents artists based in Dallas and along the East Coast. They range from emerging to mid-career and work in media such as sculpture, painting, and photography. Visitors can shop for unique pieces, and explore exhibits that contribute to public art in Dallas.
Step into Bingbox to enjoy an innovative take on Korean shaved ice. The unique flavors and an instant freeze technology combine to create a treat you won't find anywhere else. They're perfect for a hot day, and with dozens of combinations, there's always something new to try. Choices include honeydew, chocolate, and Thai tea.
At Beto & Son, diners enjoy the next generation of Mexican food. Chef Beto brings a fresh vibe to old school family cooking. He makes the sauces and tortillas from scratch, while the bread comes from a local bakery. Offerings include grilled chicken tortas, green chile pork enchiladas, and tenderloin steak tacos. Don't forget to try the frozen Nitro Rita that's prepared tableside.
The Hall Bar & Grill is a saloon-style steakhouse named for the Collegiate Sports Hall of Fame. Photographs and memorabilia line the walls from North Texas residents who excelled in sports. Chef James Rose has more than thirty years of experience. He uses local ingredients to create innovative dishes that are full of flavor. Offerings include classic burgers, New Zealand rack of lamb, and teriyaki pineapple steak.
If you would like to live near Trinity Groves, please contact us. We will gladly arrange a tour of our Dallas apartments so you can see firsthand all our luxurious community has to offer.